RNLI Borth Lifeboat Station

Borth Lifeboat Station

Established in 1966 and situated in the old fishing hamlet of Borth and at the south end of the beach, the station operates an inshore D class lifeboat. Its crews have been presented with six awards for gallantry.
RNLI Borth Lifeboat Station

Latest lifeboat launch

Recent launches from Borth Lifeboat Station

10.14am 29 August 2018
9.54pm 17 July 2018
8.41pm 13 July 2018
4.06pm 9 July 2018
6.41pm 5 July 2018
3.28pm 21 June 2018
1.44pm 29 May 2018
10.43pm 6 May 2018
11.07am 20 April 2018
11.00am 18 March 2018
6.35pm 22 August 2017
2.08pm 22 August 2017
10.49am 22 August 2017
2.27pm 11 August 2017
12.52pm 25 July 2017
5.37pm 22 July 2017
11.50am 19 July 2017
12.59pm 17 June 2017
12.56pm 17 June 2017
2.13pm 28 May 2017

Today's weather

17°C Rain
Min: 9°C
Max: 17°C
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Visitor information and facilities

Station address

Borth Lifeboat Station
High Street
Borth
Ceredigion
SY24 1AA

Station phone number

01970 871746

Visiting times

By appointment only

Visitor contact

Sarah Reynolds

Visitor contact telephone number

07941 453072 
01970 871493 

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News and media from Borth Lifeboat Station

Donation to the RNLI in Borth from Searivers Caravan Park.
Pictured are Josh Smith and Deborah Dafford of Searivers presenting a cheque for £700 to Ron Davies and Dave Reynolds from the RNLI in Borth.
Article Sea safety
Donation to the RNLI in Borth from Searivers Caravan Park.
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Borth RNLI Lifeboat Station volunteers have had a busy week
Teenagers in inflatable
Article Lifeboats
Borth RNLI Lifeboat Station volunteers have had a busy week
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Visit Wales Year of the Sea 2018
Video highlighting the RNLI's presence in Wales, including lifeboats, lifeguards, and community work.
Video Beach safety
Visit Wales Year of the Sea 2018
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Borth lifeboat rescues two Kayakers from Borth Bay.
Teenagers in inflatable
Article Lifeboats
Borth lifeboat rescues two Kayakers from Borth Bay.
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